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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Azers deploy Su-25 in Nakhichevan.
     

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    • Why would the Azeri deploy SU-25s in Nakhichevan, to attack or defend.

      Nachichvan is 170 km in length. If attacked in both direction the optimum airfield location would be 80 km from the north and south, mid point ignoring other variables.

      Hardly worth the effort since if our forces register some advance the airfields would be in artillery range, ignoring exotic missiles.

      So only use might be if used to attack and support their advance into Armenia proper.

      One has to ask does it make sense to attack Armenia proper with the Russian base couple of hundred km to the north equipped with S-400s.

      It only makes sense if Russia has given assurances about their neutrality in such an event as part of a larger package deal with the Azeri and the Turks.


      PS. Remember how they have joined with the west in putting sanctions on North Korea.






      Last edited by londontsi; 08-23-2017, 09:12 AM.
      Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
      Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
      Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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      • .
        Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
        Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
        Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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        • International Exhibition of Civil Security Technologies «ARM-SECURITY»


          In accordance with the decision of Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia International Exhibition of Civil Security Technologies «ARM-SECURITY» will be held from 02 to 04 September, 2017 at the territory of Exhibition Complex «YerevanExpo» (Yerevan).

          «Arm-Security» is organized by the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia and operated by Yerevan Plant of Mathematical Machines PLC and Exhibition Companies Group “BIZON”.

          The «Arm-Security» exhibition will be presented as discussion and exposition platform for the purpose of explicit demonstration of innovative, hi-tech developments and ready-to-use solutions for the needs of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia, which is in charge of the country’s civil protection from natural disasters, fire security maintenance and development of cooperation ties between relevant Armenian and foreign companies and enterprises. The Ministry will define the most necessary solutions and it is expected that governmental supply contracts will be signed during the show.

          The key exhibition topics are: information and technical means of emergency situations monitoring, technical means and complexes for elimination of consequences of emergency situations, systems of automated management, systems and means of communication for rescue operations, technical means of fire security, industrial and ecological safety, disaster medicine solutions etc.

          The official delegates and enterprises from Armenia, Belarus, Germany, Iran, Spain, Kazakhstan, China, Poland, Russia, USA, France, Japan along with international security organizations like NATO and OSCE are invited to join the exposition and business program of “Arm-Security” project.

          I believe that participation in one of the events held within the framework of Arm-Security 2017 will to a rather great extent help you to develop your business, increase number of your partners, attract new investments and establish new mutually beneficial and promising contacts with the representatives of relevant governmental bodies, civil security structures, firefighting, rescue and guarding services and other institutions.

          We kindly ask you to include the International Exhibition of Civil Security Technologies «ARM-SECURITY» into your annual list of preferable exhibitions for 2017.

          For any additional information regarding «ARM-SECURITY» project please contact the Exhibition Directorate representative:

          Mr. Jack Yasakov
          Подробнее: http://www.clondians.com/052052051.html?print=1?print=1

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          • ԵԱՀԿ Մինսկի խմբի ամերիկյան համանախագահը հրապարակել է ղարաբաղյան հակամարտության կարգավորման հիմնական կետերը

            ԵԱՀԿ Մինսկի խմբի ամերիկյան համանախագահ Ռիչարդ Հոգլանդը հրապարակել է Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի հակամարտության կարգավորման հիմնական կետերը։ Այդ մասին «հրատապ» նշումով հայտնում է «Ամերիկայի ձայնը»։

            «Հաշվի առնելով Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի բարդ պատմությունը, կողմերը պետք է սահմանեն դրա վերջնական իրավական կարգավիճակը ապագայում՝ փոխադարձ համաձայնությամբ եւ իրավական պարտավորեցնող կամարտահայտմամբ:

            Նախկին Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի ինքնավար մարզի սահմանների մեջ գտնվող տարածքին, որը Բաքվի կողմից չի վերահսկվում, պետք է ժամանակավոր կարգավիճակ տրվի, որն առնվազն ապահովում է անվտանգության եւ ինքնավարության երաշխիքներ։

            Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի շուրջ տարածքները (համանախագահն օգտագործել է «գրավված» բառը-խմբ.) պետք է հանձնվի Ադրբեջանի վերահսկողությանը։ Այնտեղ չի կարող լինել որեւէ բնակեցում՝ առանց հաշվի առնելու Ադրբեջանի ինքնիշխանությունը։ Այդ տարածքների նկատմամբ Ադրբեջանի ինքնիշխանությունը պետք է վերականգնվի:

            Պետք է լինի միջանցք, որը կմիացնի Հայաստանը Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի հետ: Այն պետք է լինի բավականաչափ լայն՝ անվտանգ փոխադրումների ապահովման համար։ Սակայն այն չի կարող ներառել Լաչինի ամբողջ շրջանը:

            Հարատեւ կարգավորումը պետք է ճանաչի բոլոր տեղահանված անձանց եւ փախստականների իրավունքը՝ վերադառնալ բնակության նախկին վայր:

            Կարգավորումը պետք է իր մեջ ներառի անվտանգության միջազգային երաշխիքներ, որոնք կներառեն խաղաղարար միջոցառումներ: Գոյություն չունի սցենար, որում խաղաղությունը կարող է ապահովված լինել առանց լավ նախապատրաստված խաղաղ գործողությունների, որոնք վայելում են բոլոր կողմերի վստահությունը»,- նշել է համանախագահը:

            https://news.am/arm/news/406152.html

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            • Yerevan Said To Seek More Iranian Gas Imports

              The Armenian government wants to more than double imports of natural gas from neighboring Iran, according a senior executive of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC).

              Armenia has imported up to 500 million cubic meters of Iranian gas annually through a pipeline built in 2008. It has paid for those deliveries with electricity generated at a thermal power plant in Yerevan.

              The swap arrangement is due to be expanded significantly following the construction of a third power transmission line connecting the two countries. It is due to be completed in 2019.

              The NIGC director for foreign relations, Behzad Babazadeh, said last week that Yerevan wants to increase the daily volume of current Iranian gas deliveries from less than 1 million cubic meters to 2 or even 2.5 million cubic meters even before the new high-voltage line comes on stream. “NIGC is considering this request,” he told the Shana news agency.

              Babazadeh made clear that the Iranian side would like to be paid for the additional gas in cash. He also indicated that extra supplies would cost Yerevan more than the current price of Russian gas for Armenia set at $150 per thousand cubic meters. “Of course, Armenia favors the price of Russia's gas sales, which is low, and we do not accept it,” he said.

              Armenia imports around 2 billion cubic meters of Russian gas each year. Russia’s Gazprom gas monopoly owns the South Caucasus state’s gas distribution network.

              The Armenian Ministry for Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources declined to comment on the Iranian official’s claims on Monday.

              Visiting Yerevan last December, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said he and his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sarkisian agreed to increase Iranian gas supplies to Armenia. But he did not elaborate.

              Rouhani and Sarkisian held fresh talks in Tehran after the Iranian leader was sworn in for a second term earlier this month. Armenian-Iranian cooperation on energy was reportedly on the agenda of the talks.

              https://www.azatutyun.am/a/28688725.html

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              • ՀՀ պաշտպանության նախարարը մասնակցել է ռազմատեխնիկական ցուցահանդեսի բացման արարողությանը

                http://www.mil.am/hy/news/4914




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                  • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
                    Yerevan Said To Seek More Iranian Gas Imports

                    The Armenian government wants to more than double imports of natural gas from neighboring Iran, according a senior executive of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC).

                    Armenia has imported up to 500 million cubic meters of Iranian gas annually through a pipeline built in 2008. It has paid for those deliveries with electricity generated at a thermal power plant in Yerevan.

                    The swap arrangement is due to be expanded significantly following the construction of a third power transmission line connecting the two countries. It is due to be completed in 2019.

                    The NIGC director for foreign relations, Behzad Babazadeh, said last week that Yerevan wants to increase the daily volume of current Iranian gas deliveries from less than 1 million cubic meters to 2 or even 2.5 million cubic meters even before the new high-voltage line comes on stream. “NIGC is considering this request,” he told the Shana news agency.

                    Babazadeh made clear that the Iranian side would like to be paid for the additional gas in cash. He also indicated that extra supplies would cost Yerevan more than the current price of Russian gas for Armenia set at $150 per thousand cubic meters. “Of course, Armenia favors the price of Russia's gas sales, which is low, and we do not accept it,” he said.

                    Armenia imports around 2 billion cubic meters of Russian gas each year. Russia’s Gazprom gas monopoly owns the South Caucasus state’s gas distribution network.

                    The Armenian Ministry for Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources declined to comment on the Iranian official’s claims on Monday.

                    Visiting Yerevan last December, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said he and his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sarkisian agreed to increase Iranian gas supplies to Armenia. But he did not elaborate.

                    Rouhani and Sarkisian held fresh talks in Tehran after the Iranian leader was sworn in for a second term earlier this month. Armenian-Iranian cooperation on energy was reportedly on the agenda of the talks.

                    https://www.azatutyun.am/a/28688725.html
                    Regardless of how much we have to pay, this is a great alternative to counter the Russian Gazprom.

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